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Disclosures For Financial Institutions That Do Not Have Federal Insurance

Tuesday, June 22, 2010 - 2:44 PM
WASHINGTON (6/22/10)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) addressed the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) final rule that requires disclosures for financial institutions that do not have federal deposit or share insurance in a recently published final rule analysis.

The FTC's final rule, which will become effective on July 6, requires institutions to inform their members or customers that the institution is not federally backed and that the federal government does not guarantee the depositor will receive money if the institution fails.

While a proposal released in 2005 would have required financial institutions to provide this notice to each member or customer in writing, financial institutions may now comply with the rule by posting a disclosure of their insurance situation, in some instances.

Those publicly placed disclosures must be visible at each station or window place where deposits are received, at each principal place of business, in all branches where the institution accepts deposits or opens accounts.

The disclosures must also be visible on the financial institutions home page.

CUNA News Now

http://www.cuna.org/newsnow/wash.html



 
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